The Untold Chapter of the Wild Strawberry Trilogy.
I cut thousands of words from my first drafts in the editing process, and most of what is removed doesn’t deserve to see the... More > light of day. ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’ are different. This strand from Book Two was deleted because there was ‘too much going on’ and the book was losing focus. Book One has several strands that ‘go nowhere’ as humanity falls to the zombie virus; I wanted book Two to spotlight the survivors who end up in the Bunker. I liked the bikers and I liked the situations I placed them in, but they were a distraction from the main story. At almost 11,000 words it made up around 20% of the novel! So here, as a separate story (perhaps best read as an interlude between Books One and Two) I present the Motorcycle Diaries...< Less
The world has ended.
A Cold War Bunker.
Temporary refuges for small bands of survivors.
Will they risk everything to attempt to find a cure for the plague of undeath that has... More > destroyed their world?
Or is it already too late?< Less
The final chilling installment of the Wild Strawberry Trilogy:
Summer ran. Her lungs felt like they were bursting, her heart was pumping, each beat causing searing pain in her hand where she had... More > been bitten. Her face, usually pale from living so long underground, was flushed with exertion;
her long blonde hair swept out behind her as she ran...
It is the end of everything...< Less
The complete trilogy collected into a single volume for the first time.
Wild Strawberry: An apocalyptic zombie thriller with heart and brains as well as guts (lots of guts).
The action unfolds at a... More > frantic pace as London is the epicentre of a global plague of death that brings a sudden end to the world as we know it.
In a culture where guns are rare, and the dead are almost unstoppable, the chances of survival are slim.
When your life expectancy is measured in hours you make every minute count.
How long would you last?< Less